The Moving Frontier

The Moving Frontier

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Drawing from case studies from the Eastern and South-eastern frontiers of the EU, this book examines the changes in geography of European production in labour-intensive industries. It investigates the multitude of processes, as well as diverse consequences of global integration upon industries, regions, enterprises and employees. The book also defines and analyses multiple causes of decentralization, arguing that it is not simply the pursuit of cheaper and more adaptable labour.The Changing Geography of Production in Labour-intensive Industries Lois Labrianidis ... Report (published online 4 February 2008) alt;http://www.forbes.eom /lists/2008/l 8/biz_2000global08_ The-Global-2000_Rank.htmlagt;, accessed 1 June 2008. Fukase, E. and Martin, W. (2001), a#39;Free Trade Area Membership as a Stepping Stone to Development: The Case of ASEANa#39;, World Bank Discussion Paper No.

Title:The Moving Frontier
Author:Lois Labrianidis
Publisher:Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2008


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